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Look ma, no fans! Palit releases their passively cooled GTX 1650 KalmX

Palit launches the world's first passively cooled GTX 1650

Look ma, no fans! Palit releases its passively cooled GTX 1650 KalmX

Look ma, no fans! Palit releases their passively cooled GTX 1650 KalmX

Palit has released the "world's first"fanless GTX 1650, allowing gamers to enjoy the power of Turing with a silent 0db cooling solution. This graphics card is designed to passively cooled systems and PC gamers that desire minimal noise from their hardware. 

Please note that this is a GTX 1650, not a Nvidia GTX 1650 Super. Nvidia's GTX 1650 Super is actually a cut-down GTX 1660, which uses a different Turing chip and consumes too much power to be suitable for a passive cooler of this size. Palit's GTX 1650 KalmX requires no external power and fits within a 75W power envelope, which is the primary reason why this graphics card can be passively cooled. 

Palit cools this graphics card with two nickel-plated heat pipes and a large volume of nickel-plated fins, using a copper base to connect with the KalmX's main components. This graphics card is designed to be a value component, which means that this graphics card shouldn't cost much more than normal GTX 1650 graphics cards. 

By default, this graphics card will ship with a base clock speed of 1485MHz and a boost clock speed of 1665MHz and I/O-wise, this graphics card features an HDMI 2.0b port and two DisplayPort 1.4a connections. 

Look ma, no fans! Palit releases its passively cooled GTX 1650 KalmX  
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